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We have lots
of photographs in photo albums, from back in the dark ages when we took
pictures on film instead of memory cards. The pictures which
don't end up in the albums, or those we never got around to sorting,
wind up in boxes. Pat was going through some of these a couple of
weeks ago and picked out some good photos of Brandy and Gozer to scan
and post. You can see some of our other scanned dog photos here.
Brandy guards a Christmas package in 2001. Ian and the dogs are
all dressed up for Halloween, probably in 1993. That's the same
pumpkin mask which shows up in other, more recent pictures. Gozer tries on Brandy's bone suit. She looks thrilled.
Just about anything Gozer did was cute. She put up with with the
things we did to her because she knew it just enhanced the cuteness.
Even as a puppy new to the household she knew she had the cute thing down.
Brandy had a cyst under her jaw on one side. It grew to be pretty
big, and the vet had to do surgery to drain it and make sure it wasn't
anything more serious. It made Brandy miserable, but the way she
was wrapped up in bandages looked really funny. She had that look
of a stereotypical Eastern European peasant woman, with her head all
wrapped up in a scarf as she toiled in the fields. She had to be
given pills for awhile after the surgery. Covered in a little
peanut butter, she gobbled them right down. Of course Gozer had
to have a bit of peanut butter, too.
A boy and his dog.